posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 09:37 AM
reply to post by antar
The denial is driving me nuts. I mean, I acknowledge the (very slim) possibility that everything could just die down and go back to normal. But we are
way passed the point of needing to make preparations. One shouldn't wait for 100% certainty before preparing. It'll be far too late by that time.
One part of the country is in a record drought with record warm temperatures. Another part is experiencing record storms, tornadoes and floods. Some
parts are still getting snow. Every day my weatherman calls the weather "crazy." And then the economical implications for an already screwed
economy. But, this stuff is happening all over the world. The extremes are hard to deny. But people still do. The usual fear-mongering media isn't
exactly jumping on all these changes. They report the various disasters but then fail to connect the dots. Jesum Crow. What will it take? I'm
guessing within the next couple of months, it'll hit the masses. It's so important to get prepared before then.
My husband acknowledges that things are nutty but carries on as usual and doesn't care to discuss preparations. Makes me feel like a crazy conspiracy
theorist. In my defense, I have never reacted this way before. All other supposed doomsday scenarios in the past largely went ignored in this house.
That's because there was no good empirical data. This time is different.